Wednesday , April 14 2021

Vietjet opens the first direct flight to Japan



Today, Vietjet officially launched its first direct flight to Japan, linking Hanoi with Osaka (Japan), contributing to the promotion of tourism, trade and integration. two countries and the region.

The launch of the Kansai Airport takes place in the traditional Japanese tradition
The launch of the Kansai Airport takes place in the traditional Japanese tradition of "Kagami Biraki".

The inauguration ceremony at the Kansai Airport is carried out under the traditional tradition of "Kagami Biraki" of Japan. Then, passengers on flights from Osaka to Hanoi have the opportunity to enjoy the unique national dance of Vietnam with the desire to bring both Japanese and international travelers to experience Vietnam on the flight. companies. In addition, travelers from Hanoi to Osaka and vice versa have also received many interesting gifts from companies like Brothel Viet Nam, beautiful gifts from Vietva.

Jeremy Goldstrich, Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Kansai Airport, said: "We are very pleased to have chosen the first airport with which Vietjet connects when flying to Japan from Hanoi and arriving from Ho Chi Minh City .HCM Hanoi is an exciting destination and gateway to connect tourists to many world sights in Vietnam, such as Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh, Sapa etc. I hope people and visitors to both countries have more opportunities to travel, travel and trade with fun, friendly and economical flights of the airline in the future. "

The Hanoi – Osaka route runs every day with a flight time of more than four hours with the new and modern A321neo. The flight leaves Hanoi at 01h40 and arrives in Osaka at 07h50. Reverse takeoff is expected at 09:20 from Osaka and Hanoi at 13h05. All flight schedules are in local time. With the work of Hanoi-Osaka, Vietjet increases the total number of international routes to 64 routes in 11 countries. The airline will continue to launch two new routes in Japan, including HCMC-Osaka (Kansai) from 14 December 2014 and Hanoi-Toyko (Narita) from 11 January 2014.

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Hanoi-Osaka route is also the first flight flight between Vietwol and Japan Airlines. Some other routes run by Vietjet belong to the codeshare program of Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi – Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City – Da Nang.

Vietjet is the first airline in Vietnam that operates under a new, cost-effective and flexible aviation model and offers a wide range of services to its customers. Not only for aviation, Vietjet also provides consumer goods and services to customers through advanced e-commerce applications. The guest is an official member of the International Air Traffic Association (IATA) with IOSA Security Certification. Travelers are ranked the 7th highest airline rating AirlineRatings.com, the most notable aviation security agency and product evaluation agency. Prior to that, AirlineRating has also respected Vietjet with the "best airplane at ultra-cheap 2018 expense". The airline company has recently been top of top 50 global carriers for financial health and business in 2018, according to the Airfinance Journal.

Currently, Vietjet operates with 60 A320 and A321 aircraft, which operate more than 385 flights a day, and has more than 65 million passengers, with 103 routes covering destinations in Vietnam and national routes. in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, China, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia …

The airline plans to expand its network of Asia and Pacific region and continue to expand regional routes and sign a new, modern airfreight contract with the world's leading aircraft manufacturer.


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